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In this episode of "The Only Constant," you get an enlightening discussion on the convergence of technology, data, and philosophy, offering unique insights into the future of digital connectivity and intelligence.

Lasse Rindom engages with Kurt Cagle on a deep dive into the Semantic Web, exploring its significance and the intricate ways it structures data and relationships on the internet.

During their conversation you get insights into a wide range of topics, including the philosophical underpinnings of data connectivity, the evolution of the web from a chaotic mass of links to a structured, interconnected network, and the future implications of such structuring for AI and generative models and humanity on a whole.

And you get insights into the following key points:
  • The foundational concepts and importance of the Semantic Web.
  • The role of data structuring and modeling in enhancing web connectivity and AI capabilities.
  • The philosophical and practical implications of fractals and graphs (and hypergraphs) on society and humanity.
Do you want to learn more about Kurt Cagle?
Kurt Cagle is the current managing editor of The Cagle Report, and was the former community editor for Data Science Central. Kurt is a published author with more than twenty books to his credit, and has been working as a technology editor for years, writing for Forbes, O'Reilly Media, IDC and others.

Moreover he has been a consulting information architect and ontologist with more than twenty years experience working with Fortune 100 companies and US and European agencies.
In this episode of "The Only Constant," you get an enlightening discussion on the convergence of technology, data, and philosophy, offering unique insights into the future of digital connectivity and intelligence. Lasse Rindom engages with Kurt Cagle on a deep dive into the Semantic Web, exploring its significance and the intricate ways it structures data and relationships on the internet. During their conversation you get insights into a wide range of topics, including the philosophical underpinnings of data connectivity, the evolution of the web from a chaotic mass of links to a structured, interconnected network, and the future implications of such structuring for AI and generative models and humanity on a whole. And you get insights into the following key points: The foundational concepts and importance of the Semantic Web. The role of data structuring and modeling in enhancing web connectivity and AI capabilities. The philosophical and practical implications of fractals and graphs (and hypergraphs) on society and humanity. Do you want to learn more about Kurt Cagle? Kurt Cagle is the current managing editor of The Cagle Report, and was the former community editor for Data Science Central. Kurt is a published author with more than twenty books to his credit, and has been working as a technology editor for years, writing for Forbes, O'Reilly Media, IDC and others. Moreover he has been a consulting information architect and ontologist with more than twenty years experience working with Fortune 100 companies and US and European agencies. leer más leer menos

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